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The Inbetweeners: Series 1 - 3 Box Set

Featuring: Simon Bird, Joe Thomas & James Buckley

Format: DVD | Rating: 18 years & over

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  Just a Great Series - The Inbetweeners

| | See all Edduk5's reviews (86)

Got the 30 series box set yesterday and watched the first series with my girlfriend last night. There are so many great things about this show I don't know where to start. Just go with it my Friend.

  "..COMEDY GOLD.."

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A must have show on DVD all 3 series are amazingly hilarious!! Brilliant cast full of amazing talent, you will be wetting yourself after every episode I promise, if you dont have this its essential comedy gold!!! Buy them.

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  Simply brilliant

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Such a great series. I managed not to see an episode until I bought the boxset, and then duly sat down and watched the lot in the space of about 3 days. So many laugh out loud moments I couldn't even start to list them. If you're a bloke and you can't idenitify with these lads, I'd love to see you. Dont worry though, girls you will love it too. Excellent!

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  absolutely brill

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possibley the funniest show thats blessed our screens, i missed on telly but my teenage lads convinced me to get this box set and it didnt dissappoint. its not for those that are easy offended and its over the top but so true life as well. the film will be out soon so i recommend this box set , go on meet the lads you will love em.

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  Love these boys!

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Anyone that wants a laugh then you should watch this! I have watched this boxset so many times, can't decide which series is my favourite because they are all equally funny!

I watched series 3 last night and am still laughing at the boys antics.. I cannot wait for the movie to come out in a few weeks!!

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  mackenzie my office now

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LOL for the inbetweeners as this is a great tv program. I love all three series. This is my favourite program at the moment. They have stopped making them now but they are making movie which is great. This is hillarous i love it. The second series made me laugh the most. This is a rude and funny program. Neil is the funniest and what the others say to him. AMAZING!!!

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  So good

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Four lads in sixth form with one purpose........ to get laid for the first time.
Not much more to say other than every episode is hilarious.
Very fun to watch and so so funny.

  PAINFULLY FUNNY!

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I cannot remember a TV show that has been so painfully funny and accurate as The Inbetweeners, if you missed it on it's first run on TV you have missed a comedy classic!
It comes across as a gut bustingly funny mix of Grange Hill, Superbad, American Pie, The Office and Peep Show, mix that with some of the most likeable characters ever to grace the TV screen and you have a ultimate cult classic, that everyone can associate with as the gang navigate those awkward years at High School.

Season 1: 2008
The Inbetweeners is a six-part series about four teenagers growing up in suburbia; a world of futile crushes, sibling brawls, getting drunk too quickly, fancying the girl next door, casting aspersions on your friend's sexuality and riding rollercoasters.
Will's (Simon Bird) parents have just divorced and he has unwillingly had to move and change schools. Previously enrolled at a private school, where he picked up some snobbish tendencies, Will now attends a comprehensive school and has had to make a new set of friends, Simon (Joe Thomas), Lee (James Buckley) and Neil (Blake Harrison), none of whom are that cool or credible.
*****
Season 2: 2009
Combine the juvenile smut of SUPERBAD with the cringing embarrassment of PEEP SHOW, against the 'stylish' backdrop of GRANGE HILL, and what do you get? E4's hilarious comedy THE INBETWEENERS season 2 is still a razor super sharp, one-liner packed celebration of the highs and lows of being a teenager. Perfectly capturing the relentless disappointment of suburban adolescence, the show's four main characters yearn for sex, booze and cheap thrills, without the emotional maturity, money or ID to get them.
*****
Season 3: 2010
The multi award-winning show returns in its third, hotly anticipated series. The Inbetweeners follows the same four friends, Will, Simon, Neil and Jay, as they try hopelessly to navigate their way through sixth form, with their hormones running riot. Neither the coolest kids in school, nor the ultimate nerds the four 'inbetweeners' try their best to improve their social standing, and more importantly impress girls, with typically hilarious results.
From Simon's wardrobe malfunction whilst taking part in the school fashion show, to Will trying to escape being known as the kid who shat himself in the exam, to Jay's trying to avoid his dog's attentions, to Neil's 18th birthday party, nothing goes quite to plan. But that's okay, because they have each other. No, wait... that makes it worse
*****
Although the episodes only run at just under half an hour, they offer the most accuratly observed laughs that has been on TV for decades.
Where the likes of Shamless has seriously lost it's edge. This show is just as sharp thoughout all it's episodes.
This is classic comedy at it's best.
See If You Like.....
Grange Hill.
Superbad.
American Pie Trilogy.
Peep Show.
The Office.

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  PAINFULLY FUNNY!

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I cannot remember a TV show that has been so painfully funny and accurate as The Inbetweeners, if you missed it on it's first run on TV you have missed a comedy classic!
It comes across as a gut bustingly funny mix of Grange Hill, Superbad, American Pie, The Office and Peep Show, mix that with some of the most likeable characters ever to grace the TV screen and you have a ultimate cult classic, that everyone can associate with as the gang navigate those awkward years at High School.

Season 1: 2008
The Inbetweeners is a six-part series about four teenagers growing up in suburbia; a world of futile crushes, sibling brawls, getting drunk too quickly, fancying the girl next door, casting aspersions on your friend's sexuality and riding rollercoasters.
Will's (Simon Bird) parents have just divorced and he has unwillingly had to move and change schools. Previously enrolled at a private school, where he picked up some snobbish tendencies, Will now attends a comprehensive school and has had to make a new set of friends, Simon (Joe Thomas), Lee (James Buckley) and Neil (Blake Harrison), none of whom are that cool or credible.
*****
Season 2: 2009
Combine the juvenile smut of SUPERBAD with the cringing embarrassment of PEEP SHOW, against the 'stylish' backdrop of GRANGE HILL, and what do you get? E4's hilarious comedy THE INBETWEENERS season 2 is still a razor super sharp, one-liner packed celebration of the highs and lows of being a teenager. Perfectly capturing the relentless disappointment of suburban adolescence, the show's four main characters yearn for sex, booze and cheap thrills, without the emotional maturity, money or ID to get them.
*****
Season 3: 2010
The multi award-winning show returns in its third, hotly anticipated series. The Inbetweeners follows the same four friends, Will, Simon, Neil and Jay, as they try hopelessly to navigate their way through sixth form, with their hormones running riot. Neither the coolest kids in school, nor the ultimate nerds the four 'inbetweeners' try their best to improve their social standing, and more importantly impress girls, with typically hilarious results.
From Simon's wardrobe malfunction whilst taking part in the school fashion show, to Will trying to escape being known as the kid who shat himself in the exam, to Jay's trying to avoid his dog's attentions, to Neil's 18th birthday party, nothing goes quite to plan. But that's okay, because they have each other. No, wait... that makes it worse
*****
Although the episodes only run at just under half an hour, they offer the most accuratly observed laughs that has been on TV for decades.
Where the likes of Shamless has seriously lost it's edge. This show is just as sharp thoughout all it's episodes.
This is classic comedy at it's best.
See If You Like.....
Grange Hill.
Superbad.
American Pie Trilogy.
Peep Show.
The Office.

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  Maybe The Funniest Thing On TV

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The Inbetweeners is that kind of show that once seen will never be forgotten. It follows the lives of a group of lads who at school are just outside any kind of clique. Will, Simon, Neil and Jay strive to become part of the cool gang but never quite make it. Each of these episodes will have you laughing out loud at the various situations they get themselves in. Whether it be a trip to a theme park, a school fashion show or a night out clubbing, trouble seems to follow. The show has spawned a series of catchphrases most of which cant be mentioned here but i can say FRIEND!!!!! You will understand when you see it. The Inbetweeners has gone from a word of mouth cable show to an award winning smash and once viewed its easy to see why. Its easy to recommend this show because its so good and with a feature film to come theres more yet to enjoy.

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